Concerts and Art Exhibits atLas Placitas Presbyterian ChurchHighway 165, Placitas NMDirections2 pm - Visual Artists Reception3 pm - ConcertPlease check individual concert details as dates and times may be subject to change
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Linda Novy-Doll - Formal Glass ObjectsArtist bio coming soon
Dinah Dozier is a retired family therapist living in Placitas.Dinah says: “I love experimenting with new tech-niques & materials to create abstracts that are pleasing to the eye. Historical costumes in Asian dra-mas often inspire a color palette.”
Growing up in New Mexico, Linda has always been fascinated by the blending of ancient cultures. The future beckons brightly to her through images from NASA’s space telescopes. Now, with the next chapter of private space exploration developing rapidly, Heath has been inspired to create a new type of art called “Fusionism”. Fusionism is a new art movement that blurs the lines among different cultures, fuses old and new painting media, and mixes human with computer-generated work.Linda says: “I find spiritual inspiration through my art. May you also let this wonderful universe touch your soul today.”
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Larry worked variously as a zookeeper, a waiter, a bookkeeper, and other assorted endeav-ors; traveled around the world on the cheap; and began his first novel. He managed a commercial photography studio, spent 5 years as volunteer and development coordinator at the Ameri-can River Conservancy, and then 20 years as a technical editor in environmental analysis. In 2021, he moved with his wife Dana from California to Placitas. He is working on his eighth novel.Larry says: “In my photographic work I look for glimpses—of light, of tension, of emotion—that might reveal something I (or my viewer) may have never before quite seen; moments that reside in the spaces where language and reason don’t reach.”
Born in Soviet-Era Poland in 1977, Agata Kijanka immigrated to the U.S. at a young age as a political refugee. Settling for many years in WA State, Agata received her B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from The Evergreen State College. She became intensely interested in both the outward creative process and the internal creative experi-ence early on, and she explored many forms of artistic expression before committing to painting in 2005. She is a dedicated layerist and lives/works in Albuquerque.Agata says: “Much of my oil/cold wax work is a tribute to the magic of solitude in nature. The feeling of connection I have cherished in the moments I have spent time alone outdoors. Being alone, yet never feeling alone, but rather in complete alignment.”